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The Larval Development of the Sand Crab Hippa Cubensis (De Saussure) in the Laboratory (Decapoda, Anomura)

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Cette étude est une description du developpement larvaire du crabe, Hippa cuben.rit (Saussure), bas6e sur des cultures faites dans le laboratoire. Il y a soit 5 soit 6 stades zo6 distincts et la m6galope. Les larves de Hippa cuben.rir diffèrent de celles de Emerita par leur taille, la quantité d'épines du telson et le nombre de soies plumeuses sur le scaphognatite. Les differences anatomiques pour les antennes et les antennules sont en relation avec les differences de regime alimentaire. La durée du d6veloppement larvaire parait d6pendre de la temperature tout en restant egale pour les deux especes.

Affiliations: 1: Institute of Fisheries, University of British Columbia, Vancouver 8, B.C., Canada


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